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Ways we can pay our respects


Hounslow Council have opened books of condolences across libraries in the borough.

Today, Friday 9 September, the following public buildings are open for residents to write in the books of condolences:

  • Feltham Library, The Centre, High Street, Feltham TW13 4GU
  • Feltham Lodge, 40 Harlington Rd W, Feltham TW14 0JJ
  • Feltham Assembly Hall, Feltham Park, Hounslow Rd, Feltham TW14 9DN
  • Isleworth Public Hall, South St, Isleworth TW7 7BG
  • Hounslow Library, Hounslow House, House, 7 Bath Rd, Hounslow TW3 3EB.
  • Chiswick Library, 1 Dukes Ave, Chiswick, London W4 2AB.
  • Chiswick Town Hall, Heathfield Terrace, Turnham Green, Chiswick, London W4 4JN
  • Heston Library, New Heston Road, Hounslow TW5 0LW.

All libraries will be open on Saturday and more books will be opened then. To keep up to date with where books of condolences are available please visit the Councils website.

Residents can also post messages through our online condolence book.

We understand you may wish to open your own book of condolence during the period of National Mourning.

There is no set format for a book of condolence. The layout of the table is usually a trestle table on which the book is placed with a white tablecloth, an arrangement of flowers (usually lilies or other white flowers) and a framed formal photograph of Her Majesty. This could be an official portrait photograph, or one taken at a previous Royal visit. As a mark of respect, a black ribbon could be wrapped around the top of the right-hand corner.

The Royal Household and the government will not be able to receive books of condolence.

The Royal Family website also has an online condolence book available.


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